Hart, Tom

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Twisted at the Root

Hart crafts a satisfying conclusion in her sequel to A Whisper of Bones; it’s obvious why Mystery Writers of America named her a Grand Master. Fans of unreliable narrator mysteries may want to try this one, which has an entire cast of dodgy suspects. [See Prepub Alert, 2/4/19.]

The Warehouse

Highly recommended for dystopian fiction fans. The film rights have Ron Howard associated, which will pique more interest.

Bake from Scratch

This voluminous collection of baking surprises in the Bake From Scratch tradition is recommended for home bakers of at least moderate experience, plus fans of the Bake from Scratch magazine.

The Art of the Graphic Memoir: Tell Your Story, Change Your Life

Hart's thoughtful instruction will appeal to aspiring comics and storytellers as well as those looking to strengthen their practice. [Previewed in Jody Osicki's "Graphically Speaking," LJ 6/15/18.]

Hitler's American Friends: The Third Reich's Supporters in the United States

Readers interested in the history of Depression-era politics and social climate, or those curious about the dissemination of religious and racial prejudice will appreciate this book.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: A Life

For informed readers interested in contemporary American politics as well as women's rights and biographies on influential women. [See Prepub Alert, 4/23/18.]


Today, it's increasingly believable that government agencies could conspire to manipulate their citizens. Why not in the future? Recommended. ["This gripping book will be a must-read for fans of sf-based mysteries": LJ Xpress Reviews 4/6/18 starred review of the Thomas & Mercer hc.]

Bake from Scratch. Vol. 2: Artisan Recipes for the Home Baker

This highly recommended baking bible will meet all your spicy, boozy, creamy, chocolatey, and fruity baking needs.

Potter's Field

The fifth and final tale in Hart's "Ash McKenna" series is a fast-paced, adventure-packed read. A mystery book editor and writing instructor, Hart knows his Staten Island setting well and makes strong use of it.

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